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Now is the Tlmo to Invostl
Roal Estate In Honolulu
VOU INVKST IN THK I'AWAA
TRACT ON KINO ST.,
Just below Waikiki turn, seven
minutes ride on the electric road
to 1'ort Street. The prices for
which these lotsnrc being ottered
arc bound to double in less than
one year's time. Easy Tkkms.
I'or further particular address
MR. GEORGE OSBORN,
Kukaiau, I'aauilo, Hawaii.
Impuro blood will always mako you
sick. You suffer from headache great
doprossion, Indigostlon, slooplossncss.
a bad skin, oxtromo exhaustion, and
you can hardly drag yourself about.
HOP WARN CO.
Cor. King and Front Streets.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Japanese and Chinese
Enterprise Lager Beer
On Draught, Ice Cold.
Two Glasses for 25 Cents.
The Finest of
At Moderate Prices.
Ucail wh it Mr. It. .1. Mittlicwi, of Welling
ton, New Zealand, rajs about tills. Ho also
sends his photograph.
" I havo suffered a great deal from Impure
blood, especially from bolls on my arms and
back. I felt weak all over and ns greatly
depressed. I began to usoAycr'sS.irsaparlll.i
After taking only a. littlo of it I felt better,
and soon my troublos disappeared. I bcller
this medicine- is tho best blood-purlflcr and
tho strongest tonic that any one can buy."
There are many imitation " Sarsaparlllas."
lie suro you get Ayer's.
Use Ayer's rills erery tlmo your bowels be
come constipated, or when you aro bilious or
hare sick headache. They curs quickly.
Prttsrcd y Dr. J. C Aycr t Co.. Uwtll, Mm., U.S. A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
J. S. Canario,
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class line of
At Moderate Prices.
Mixkd and Fancy Drinks
Two Glasses for 25 cts.
always on hand.
Union Cigar Stand
FRONT AND CHURCH STS.
If you appreciate a good
meal nicely prepared call
and see tne.
Meals 35c Up
C. SHIMAMOTO, Prop.
llllo Tcnclicru Union Holds Thirty
Fourth Quarterly Meeting.
The thirty-fourth quarterly meet
ing of the Hilo Teachers' Union
took place Friday, Sept. 26. Mr.
C. O. Smith being ill, the chair
was filled by Vice Chairman Mrs.
L. C. Lyman. The meeting was
opened with prayer by Rev. Bap-
tistc. The secretary, Mrs. Kelsey,
being absent, Miss Carr was chosen
secretary pro tern. The roll was
called and a number of the teach
ers responded with interesting ac
counts of pleasant and instructive
Next in order was the election of
officers. The following were nom
inated and elected: Mrs. I,. C.
Lyman, president; Miss Coan, vice
president; Miss Carr, secretary
and treasurer. A communication
from the Secretary of the Board of
Education was read by Miss Deyo
stating that the only instruction in
agriculture would be given at the
Normal, as other attempts had
proved unsatisfactory. Miss Deyo
extended a cordial invitation to all
to attend the fortnightly reading
circle, the principal subjects being
Roman history, art and literature.
The business being concluded,
the program was opened by an in
structive article on Austrian salt
mines read by Miss Severance.
Dr. Russel of Olaa followed with
a much appreciated talk on good
citizenship, pointing out the differ
ence between direct and indirect
taxation and the means by which
the lower classes need not be un
justly taxed. He spoke of the
great influence of the teacher and
expressed the hope that teachers
would use that influence to the best
The usual intermission was de
clared in which the teachers paid
the yearly fee of 15c. Miss Hig
gins, accompanied by Mrs. Tracy,
kindly favored the meeting with a
pleasing violin selection.
In a delightful paper Miss Ward
gave her experience with Porto
Ricans. All felt that the Porto
Ricans have a friend in this charm
In a few well chosen words Mr.
Baldwin spoke to the teachers about
the advisibility of preparing daily
and term plans and giving a weekly
report of work done. He men
tioned the difficulty of teaching
language to non English speaking
children and advocated the Five
Step method as a means of getting
over the difficulty. The value of
stories from an ethical standpoint
was also brought out in his talk,
and he entreated the teachers to lay
stress upon the same.
The subject of volcanoes was
well handled by Miss Lyman and
Miss Potter. The former gave an
account of Mont Pelee, the erup
tion, its cause, destruction of St.
Pierre, loss of life, etc., and Miss
Potter followed with an explana
tion of class room work. A num
ber of the pupils read papers show
ing that they had grasped the sub
ject. The children had put draw
ings of explosive and non-explosive
volcanoes on the board and had
modeled the same in sand showing
that theylhad a clear conception of
The time being up, the remainder
CRITICISE EUUOl'E'S AKMIES
Ilrltlsh and American Onicers Say
Solid Ranks Would lie Annihilated.
California Fertilizer Works.
Berlin, September 13. Unsus
pectingly and innocently Emperor
William appealed to the United
States and the British military ex
perts, Adjutant-General Corbin,
General Young, General Wood,
General Sir John Hamilton and
Gercral French to pass judgment
on his army after the parades on
Tempelhof field and at Frankfort-oH-the-Oder.
Not a little dismayed
was the emperor when both the
British and American experts, fresh
from the campaigns in the Philip-
I pines and South Africa, were unan
imous in declaring that the infantry
system of the German army, of
which his imperial magesty is most
proud and confident, is impractica
ble in action and a weak link of the
The Emperor one evening gath
ered the British and American offi
cers about him and asked their
opinions and at a gala dinner again
took advantage of the presence of
General Corbin and General Young
and General French to discuss mat
ters pertaining to his army system.
The Emperor showed an eagerness
to learn the impressions of these
generals, whose experience has
been enriched by active engage
ments in the Philippines and Trans
The Emperor likes criticism and
invites it, but he was hardly pre
pared for the candor and honesty
with which his guests attacked his
infantry system as a primitave or
ganization which would tumble like
a house of cards under the galling
fire of long distance artillery and
other modern weapons of warfare.
General Henry C. Corbin said:
"In drill and compact organization
there is nothing like the German
infantry the world over. It would
have been invincible in former days
with a caliber and range of guns
which permitted a hostile army to
approach within a few hundred
yards. But in modern warfare,
with an artillery that reaches sev
eral miles, and long-range rifles the
German infantry would be annihi
lated. It would be a shining target
if some soldiers should lie behind
embankments a great distance away.
The Germau infantryman so far as
I am able to judge from parades, is
made from stern fighting timber,
but with the systen of solid ranks
and automatom-like dicipline his
fighting force is reduced to a min
imum. Against the long range ar
tillery aud rifles, in my estimation,
he would be useless in action."
SPAIN WAKES UP. "
Madrid Heady to Abnndou the Poll
er of Ancient Isolation.
Madrid, September 13. Spain's
foreign policy, as a result of her
losses in the war with the United
States, tends towards the abandon
ment of her ancient isolation. Over
tures of alliance have repeatedly
been made by France and Russia
within the last three years, and, to
judge from the tone of the Spanish
press, these are regarded with more
favor than formerly.
Office : 534 Clay Street, San Francisco, Cal.
Factories : South San Francisco and Berkeley, Cal.
M. D. HALL, Chemist
Manufacturers of Pure Bone Fertilizers
and Pure Bone Meal.
of Every Description.
Have constantly on hand the following goods adapted to the Island trade:
HIGH GRADE CANE MANURE, DIAMOND A FERTILIZERS,
NITRATE OF SODA, SULPHATE OF AMMONIA,
HIGH GRADE SULPHATE OF POTASH,
FISH GUANO, WOOL DUST. ETC.
Spoclal Manures Manufactured to Order.
The Manures manufactured by the CALIFORNIA FERTILIZER WORKS are
made entirely from clean bone treated with acid, Dry Wood and Flesh, Potash aud
magnesia Salts. No adulteration of any kind is used, and every ton is sold undet
a guaranteed analysis. One ton or one thousand tons are almost exactly alike, and
for excellent mechanical condition and high analysis have no superior in the market.
The superiority of Pure Bone over any other Phosphatlc material for Fertilizer
use is so well known tuat it needs no explanation. Tne large and constantly incrcas.
Ing demand for the Fertilizers manufactured by the California Fertilizer Works Is
tuc uest possioie proot ot tncir superior quality.
A Stock of " DIAMOND A" Fertilizer will be kept constantly on hand and
for sale on the usual terms, by L. TURNER CO., Ltd., Hilo.
For Terms of Sale, which are equivalent to San Francisco prices
with freight and other charges added, address :
L. TURNER CO., Ltd.
Hilo Agents for California Fertilizer Works.
HILO WINE BE
J. 8. CANARIO, Manager.
European Brandies ''
in cases and bulk
in cases aud bulk
Holland Gins, Assorted
ENGLISH ALES AND
Fkont Strui5t, Near Church.
I'ORHIGN AND DOMESTIC
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS
6c "Kh MKRITO"
IOC "HI l'AMiNCIA"
IOC "HOHBMIAN CLUIl"
S.C.SHAW - Proprietor
Waianueuue Street. Hilo
Late Suppers from p. m.
to I a. m.
Population of London.'
London, September 14 The re-
of the program was left to the next 1 port of the London County Council
meeting and the President thanked Just published, furnishes some
all who had'taken part. LMr. Ly- j striking figures indicating the hu
man announced December 5 as the mensity of the municipal problem
date of the; next meetingith Mr. I with whjch T0,,dou authorities are
McClusky, Miss severance ami
Miss Dillon as the committee to
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Board of I'ire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Pan Motors at reduced price. Fixtures,
Shades, Table, lied aud Desk Lamps
etc., always on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $16
Sowing Machine Motor SO
Power for operating them f I a mouth
Just received, new stock of Shades of
various patterns. Also Sewing Machine
aud I'au Motors.
Estimates furnished on all classes of
Electrical Work aud Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
prepare the program.
Republicans of New York Wuut
confronted. According to the cen
sus of 1901, the population of the
administrative county of Loudon
was 4,536,541, while greater Lon
don, immediately surrounding the
county, showed an additional popu
lation of 6,500,000.
BAnv's Cough Must Nkvkr
Lingwr. Nothing is more distress-1
ing than to see a helpless little in
fant suffering with a cough, and to
New York, September. There
was a conference of prominent New
York State Republicans today, and
n t ! nlnca Cannlfir Dlnff rrnifo nttt
ui iia v.tu3v u.uiwi . iuvi 6t'- 'trriri 1 lit
as the chief result of the meeting 1 oe lcar,m ol "nB remeuy wuwu
this statement: mav contain some harmful ingred-
"It was decided to endorse Mr. ient. The makers of Chamber
Roosevelt and his administration I iainis rniifh Remedv nnsitiveW
and so far as it is in our power to en-' guarantee that th,s preparation
does not contain opium in any form,
dorse him for 1904.
Senator Piatt said that no other
subject was discussed at the meet
ing. He admitted that there had
been some opposition to the resolu
tion proposing the endorsement,
but the opposition was in the mi
nority and the final decision was
or any other harmful substance.
Mothers may confidently give this
remedy to their little ones. It gives
prompt relief and is perfectly safe.
It always cures aud cures quickly.
The Hilo Drug Store sells it.
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to ipcil price, money enough te prepay freight or expreei ebtrgei must aoeoapany order.
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